FillEmptySpaceRows determines whether cells’ Y size are set such that the entire vertical space of the parent UI element is used. Enabling this is useful for making sure your table takes up a more easily predictable amount of vertical space (the Y-axis size of the parent UI element). It is still possible that a
UISizeConstraint applied to cells will cause underflow/overflow.
When enabling this property, the row heights will be approximately equal to the parent’s
GuiBase2d/AbsoluteSize.Y component divided by the number of rows (not accounting for padding or other factors).
Build UI Table
This code sample builds a table of 4 rows, the first having headers. It does this using some for-loops and a
UITableLayout. The widths of each column are set using